Seeing in Slo-Mo

How to get motion blurs that will add a new dimension to your photography

Long exposures can blur moving subjects and portions of scenes into fascinating forms, revealing flows of motion and form that can’t be seen in an image made with a short exposure. All you need is a slow shutter speed, a sturdy camera support and your imagination.

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